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Automated beverage system Botrista lands investment from Jollibee Foods

The Philippines-based owner of Jollibee and Smashburger called Botrista’s DrinkBot machine a “game-changer.”


Pay hike for NYC delivery workers hasn't hurt demand, city says

Total orders increased 8% in the first quarter despite significantly higher fees. Delivery apps argued that their business has been stunted nonetheless.

Tech Check: The year has been defined by head-turning moves from unlikely players, including Grubhub, C3 and American Express.

The deal is expected to accelerate ConverseNow's AI drive-thru business and help both companies scale faster.

The new product, from the company known for virtual restaurant brands including MrBeast Burger, is designed to help restaurants grow third-party delivery revenue with automated error management and dynamic pricing.

The casual-dining chain is using an AI tool that can pinpoint sales weeks in advance, allowing managers to make smarter staffing decisions.

Picnic delivers food from more than 100 restaurants to select offices and apartment buildings with no fee or tip.

Tech Check: McDonald’s recent setback aside, the technology is on track to become a standard feature of fast food. The benefits are just too good to ignore.

The Atlanta-based cinnamon roll chain alleged that the tech provider knew about the flaws because other restaurants have had the same problems.

The decision could force card companies to negotiate a settlement more favorable to restaurants and other merchants.

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